The sole SW1 on the roster is equipped with "ditch strobes," which are a feature rarely seen in operation but were captured here.
What would end up being the lone SW1 to survive on Amtrak's roster is seen getting a complete overhaul, and came out of the shop better than new. This unit had been the shop switcher for the Wilm... (more)
Built by then-new EMD (formed by the merger of General Motors' EMC and part of Winton Engine on January 1, 1941) in December 1941, Amtrak SW1 737 is still alive and well 73 years later! Th... (more)
The 737 wasn't the only SW1 Amtrak had operational at the time of this photo, but it is today. It has also been rebuild since this was taken and now wears the Phase V work train scheme. Photo tak... (more)
The lone Amtrak SW1 is ready for the next move.
Washington Terminal utilizes the largest pool of small switchers in the Amtrak system, and three different models are seen among the four units in this shot. Two of which are one-of-a-kinds on Am... (more)
A heavy snow squall falls upon the nation's capital in early March.
Up close and personal with the lone SW1 still on the Amtrak roster.